VOLVO V60 Polestar

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VOLVO V60 Polestar
VOLVO V60 Polestar   2017 2022
2017 2022

The Polestar was for Volvo like AMG for Mercedes-Benz or M for BMW.
It was their division of mad engineers that tuned and tricked Volvo vehicles.

While it was still under Ford’s ownership, Volvo had to do safe, soccer-mom, eco-friendly vehicles. They were not allowed to brag about their victorious racing past. Volvo could only show their automatic braking systems, the gazillion airbags, and its Swedish steel superiority. Well, Geely changed all that philosophy after Volvo passed through some hands and landed on the Chinese giant portfolio. The new owner tried to make Volvo fans smile again, and the Polestar versions were just a way to do that.

From the outside, the V60 Polestar sported a way more aggressive stance than its regular versions. The design team added a new lip-spoiler, a roof spoiler, and a diffuser under the rear bumper for starters. A pair of big exhaust was far from any ecological statement but quite convincing for anyone who wants to go faster. To complete the image of the bad guy of the family, Volvo installed 20” light-alloy wheels.

The Polestar version was similar to its V60 siblings, but it featured a different trim on the center console, which featured carbon-fiber accents. Its bucket-seats with high bolstering had blue stitching, the official color of the Polestar.

The 2017 version sported a 2.0-liter inline-four engine. A turbocharger and a supercharger helped it obtain 367 hp, which went to an 8-speed automatic transmission that sent the power to an electronically controlled all-wheel-drive system biased to the rear axle.

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VOLVO V60 Polestar
VOLVO V60 Polestar   2014 2022
2014 2022

In early 2013, Volvo and Polestar together developed a limited production run of the Volvo V60 called Polestar.
The car was a 350hp high-performance version of the standard Volvo V60, based on the 508hp S60 Polestar Concept from 2012, and was at first developed exclusively for the Australian market as a pilot project. Following the car’s outstanding reception, Volvo and Polestar decided to offer the car in more markets along with the S60 Polestar. In 2014, the S60 and V60 Polestar were available in countries like Canada, the Netherlands, Japan, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom and the USA, with further markets being added next year.

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